Benefits of Restylane Fillers Performed in Calabasas to Treat Facial Lines
Whether a person has reached the age where laugh lines aren’t funny or they are looking more like a bloodhound than a teenager, Restylane® might be the treatment for you. If you are curious about the process consult with a certified Calabasas dermatologist.
The power of the Restylane injectable filler treatments in Calabasas
Restylane has been studied more than any other injectable filler and has been proven safe and effective over and over again. Restylane was the first filler of its kind to be approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for injecting into the deep tissues of the face.
What Restylane – When Administered by a Cosmetic Dermatologist- Can Do for Patients
This injectable gel has been used for more than 15 million treatments all over the world for more than a decade. It has had great success in a variety of applications.
- Nasolabial folds from the nose to the corners of the mouth
- Lips for volume and contouring
- Wrinkles and age lines
- Crow’s feet around the eyes
- Melomental folds to correct “sad mouth”
- Eyes and cheeks, giving volume to areas that appear to have hollowed
- Chin, forehead and nose are smoothed to appear fuller
- Hands to help make them smoother and plumper
How Is Restylane Applied by Our Calabasas Cosmetic Dermatologists?
Our board-certified dermatologist sprays or injects a numbing agent before the treatment. They then fill a syringe with the Restylane and gently inject it with a small needle just under the skin. Most patients report that there is little or no discomfort.
It is important that the patient has a trained dermatologist to perform any Calabasas Restylane treatments. The experience and skill of the doctor is crucial to the success of the treatments.
After your Calabasas Restylane treatment …
After the treatment, most patients fully recover in a few days, depending on the individual. Rest, an over-the-counter pain reliever and ice packs help shorten recovery time.
Follow-up appointments to make adjustments to keep the area treated are usually done anywhere from six months to one year. Lips, however, need to be retreated in less than six months.